I disagree on all fronts on that as well.
Certainly, steroids may have spiked their performance to a degree, but I also think if you dismiss their accomplishments outright it is presumptuous and naive regarding how widespread steroid use was during those seasons.
If the majority of players are using steroids then that gives more credence to the fact that those players were just good. Maybe not 60 home run good, but 40-50 hr good and any sensible fantasy owner would take that type of production in the first round.
So again, the steroid argument holds no water against Chase Utley progressing his statistics further. If only because those SAME STEROIDS were available, permissible, and likely used by the majority of younger players who should have usurped them, what was it, oh yeah 95% of the time.